Students enrolled on this degree programme acquire and advance their knowledge of the structure and properties of textile products and of methods of imparting special properties to fabrics. They learn modern technologies of special products production and styles in art along with creative traditions arising from them. They also study the history of architecture, urban design, sculpture, painting, handicrafts. They explore philosophy, cultural studies and design studies. They learn how to creatively and independently develop their artistic skills and techniques. They create, make and express in their artistic activity their own concepts of design objects. They learn to identify relevant problems of design, define and describe them comprehensively.
Graduates are qualified to start professional practice as a textile designer designing textiles, textile products for interior design, apparel, lingerie or designer of systems of visual and media communications. They are able to work either on their own or as a member of a design team. Graduates with a degree in design are frequently offered job opportunities even before their graduation. They work as woven and knitted fabrics, apparel and lingerie designers, stylists, design consultants, visual communication designers, applied graphics designers.